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tv   Consider This  Al Jazeera  December 19, 2013 10:00pm-11:01pm EST

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welcome to al jazeera america. target stores have been hacked up. up to he million shoppers had their bank information stolen. white house says under today's laws the sentences would never been so severe. each inmate is already served 15 years and some are sentenced to life in prison, in london a frightening moment for many as debris fell from a ceiling in a crowded theater, dozens were injuries at least seven are in serious position.
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since accused of underpaying her maid, the attorney says the charges are baseless. same-sex marriage now legal in new mexico, the state supreme court ruled that denies a marriage license to gay and lesbian couple is unconstitutional. those are the headlines at this hour, consider this with antonio morrow is up next, i will see you back here at 11:00 eastern, 8:00 pacific, and remember you can always get the latest news on aljazeera.com. and great te
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access to german wine, the same holds true with migration. that it is great that more migrants are coming here, it would be great for more spent a bit of their lives abroad. >> well the evidence is inward migration, so people coming into the united states, doesn't residue employment, if nothing the net effect, the overall effect is that it increases employment in the united states. and it certainly increases incomes in the united states. at the same time there is some that can't find jobs here at home, some may want to go to places like chili or hong kong or thailand. oh patters of the world where the economies are
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growing really strongly, and created a lot of new jobs. come back to the uniteday states with skills and experience, and contacts overseas and found a company here, or work in an international company that links the two countries. >> so americans going abroad, increasing the economic activity in the ice, and having migrants come here, also increased economic activity here. is i think what you are arguing. but when you look at other countries the reality is that americans are lining way behind. i am born and bread in the american -- and i am delighted that i had the freedom at the age of 20 to come across and live
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in the united states. and i wish more people could choose where they live with as much freedom as i have been able to have. britain is ahead of the united states on that, and i think the united states could catch up by improving skills, and perhaps by encouraging more people to take opportunities and programs like the peace corps. >> the question i have is would over countries want an influx of american workers? very few americas speak over languages. >> yes, less than 20% -- about 1/5th can speak spanish and maybe 4% french. having said that, americans have won the advantage going in, which is they speak the global language, which is english, and they one fifth of them do speak spanish for example, so a number of them do already have language abilities. ae
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film, we will have that story next? debate. and a host willing to ask the tough questions and you'll get... the inside story ray suarez hosts inside story weekdays at 5pm et / 2pm pt only on al jazeera america
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check check check >> good evening, everyone. welcome to al jazeera america. i'm john siegenthaler in new york. targeted. the holiday retail rip off - 40 million credit and debit card numbers stolen. how can it happen. our guest shows us how easy it is. >> troops on the ground. president obama orders american forces is south sudan - that as a u.s. base is stormed in that country. we have a reporter there. >> the diplomat strip stretched by police in new york. and now at the center of an international dispute. was she treated unfairly. plus peeka boo, a polar bear

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